Cowtown to moo again
The South West is getting ready to celebrate all things dairy tomorrow, as the sixth annual Deja Moo Fair takes place in Cowaramup.
The event is the town’s celebration of its dairying history and marks the anniversary of more than 30 cow statues installed along the main street. In 2014, Deja Moo smashed the Guinness World Record for the biggest gathering of people dressed as cows. A total of 1352 people wore cow onesies to break the record.
This year’s theme is vehicles, and a line-up of vintage machinery and a veteran car exhibit will be on display, along with markets and food stalls, live music and art, children’s games and a display by volunteer firefighters.
The signature event is the Cowpat Trophy Race for homemade miniature wooden cars.
An art exhibition and competition will also be held tomorrow at the Duggan Pavilion, showcasing work from local artists.
The fair runs from 9am-3pm at the Cowaramup Oval, Cowaramup Hall and Duggan Pavilion.
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